Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund talks about the world economy. (R)
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What we can learn about the new Pope from St Francis
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Stephen Sackur talks to Carlos Gutierrez, a former Republican secretary of commerce.
Stephen Sackur speaks to Carlos Gutierrez, a former Republican Secretary of Commerce.
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140 staff from Gloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals have formed a choir
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Chris is paid a visit by the Rugby League World Cup trophy, accompanied by Steve McNamara!
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Stephanie Flanders and an expert panel answer your economics questions in a live phone-in.
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Join John for the mid-morning show. Great stories, extended interviews and breaking news.
Judi chats to folk singer Jackie Oates ahead of her performance in Exeter this week.
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Is 16 too young to join the Army? Plus Russell Banks on being set on fire 18 months ago.
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Sam finds out about a four-year-old girl from Bury who has a rare genetic illness.
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What does it mean to be English? And how important is the village hall to your community?
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To what lengths have you gone to lose weight? Ollie takes your calls.
Sickies, education and Man United.
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The Science and Technology select committee session on the use of clinical trials.
Victoria Derbyshire presents original stories from across the UK.
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How do you prevent young people from becoming radicalised on campus?
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Air your views about the Hanley's new Bus Station with two city councillors.
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Steffan Garrero sits in for Jason, asking if 16 is too young to join the Army.
The Canadian government have foiled an ‘al-Qaeda linked’ terror attack on a train.
Bump Club special, live from the Midlands Fertility Clinic.
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Louise chats to actor Matthew Gravelle and singer Katherine Jenkins.
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Edi Stark talks to Professor Lesley Yellowlees.
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Martin Kelner chats to author Jack Sheffield.
Straeon hwn a'r llall a rhoi'r byd yn ei le yng nghwmni Nia Roberts.
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4/9 John Blashford-Snell explains why he admires fellow explorer, Dr David Livingstone.
Catch up on the day's news plus some great music for the drive home.
Simon Mayo is joined by Deep Purple band members Ian Gillan and Ian Paice.
What's behind the recent attacks and plots in Boston, Toronto and elsewhere in the world?
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Clever and funny Sandi Toksvig joins Matt and Alex on the sofa to talk quizzes.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee's inquiry into energy prices, profits and poverty.
The app that lets people discover how closely they are related in Iceland
Josh Kumra is in the studio with Edith, along with Thrash Hits.
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Tonight Graham wants your complaint stories and opinions
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Joh Ford sits in to wind up the evening with great music and calls.
Rana Mitter presents a first-night review of the National Theatre's production of Othello.
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The government's latest attempt to get Abu Qatada deported has failed.
2/5 Romesh Gunesekera on Kunming, considered to be unlike any other modern Chinese city.
Stephen Sackur talks to Carlos Gutierrez, a former Republican secretary of commerce. (R)
Shuan Ley talks to Andrew Simms, economist and environmentalist. (R)
Shaun Ley speaks with Andrew Simms, economist and environmentalist.
Wednesday 24 April 2013